Rock Wallabies.

Photo by Sinah Niepel on Unsplash

Blue outcrops hazily rise,
Beyond the dry, dusty red track.
Purple weed spreading lustily,
Carpeting valleys and hills.

Tread carefully, quietly here,
Stay alert, eyes wide.
They appear suddenly,
Hopping from rock to rock.

The Flinders Ranges in South Australia is a world apart. An awesome place of many spectacular ranges, ancient valleys worn over eons.
The wild life is prolific, but the Rock Wallabies are only found inhabiting a few rocky outcrops. So special to spot them and watch for a while.



Christine Frances Annette Andrews

I am retired, enjoy reading, writing and painting watercolours. I keep a curious outlook on life. Remember the past. Live in the present. Welcome the future